Following a lunchtime show at the Cavern Club, Liverpool, The Beatles played two shows at the Majestic Ballroom in Birkenhead.
The Beatles’ 275th known Cavern Club performance took place on this day. It was the last of six shows at the venue in January 1963
The Beatles’ 274th known Cavern Club performance took place on this day.
This was The Beatles’ first live show in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. The venue was situated on Westgate Road.
This was the second time The Beatles performed at this club at 64 Fountain Street, Manchester; the first was in November 1961.
The Beatles’ second show of the night, following their engagement at the El Rio in Macclesfield, took place at the King’s Hall, Glebe Street, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire.
The Beatles performed two shows on this day. The first was at the El Rio Club, at the El Rio Dance Hall, Queen Victoria Street, Macclesfield, Cheshire.
The Beatles played this Lancashire town dance promoted by the youth club of the local Baptist church on this night.
The Beatles’ only performance in the north Wales town of Mold took place on this evening, following the group’s in-store appearance at Brian Epstein‘s Liverpool record store NEMS.
The Beatles made a personal appearance at Brian Epstein‘s central Liverpool record store, NEMS, prior to an evening concert in Mold, Wales.
After two busy days in London, The Beatles began the long drive back to Liverpool on the morning of 23 January 1963.
This was The Beatles’ third and final radio appearance of the day, on the BBC Light Programme’s show The Talent Spot.
The Beatles’ second BBC radio appearance of the day was at the Playhouse Theatre, London, where they appeared on the popular and influential show Saturday Club, hosted by Brian Matthew.
The Beatles had three radio engagements on this day. The first was at the BBC’s Paris Studio on Regent Street, London, where they appeared on the Pop Inn programme.
On this day The Beatles appeared on the EMI plug show The Friday Spectacular, at EMI House, 20 Manchester Square, London.
An evening performance at Liverpool’s Cavern Club. Also on the bill were Pete Hartigan’s Jazzmen, The Dennisons, The Merseybeats and The Swinging Blue Jeans.
As with the previous concert, Gerry and the Pacemakers’ roadie Les Hurst stood in for Neil Aspinall, who was unwell with flu.
This was The Beatles’ second and final performance at this venue on the Morecambe promenade. The first had taken place on 29 August 1962.
The Beatles’ second live show of the day was an evening performance at the Majestic Ballrom, Birkenhead.
The Beatles performed two shows on this day. The first was a lunchtime booking at the Cavern Club in Liverpool, where they were guaranteed an enthusiastic reception from their loyal fanbase.